Shutter House – Moroso
Gogan sofa by Patricia Urquiola, 2019.
The Gogan collection takes its name from nature and in particular from Japanese stones rendered smooth by time and water, which provided the inspiration for this project.
The sofa’s form, as much as the armchair’s form, in fact reminds us of flat stones sculpted by wind and water, solid yet smooth enough that you can lie on them.
Tender sofa by Patricia Urquiola, 2015.
Patricia Urquiola designs a modular system in a new shape and construction.
Her technical approach features an aluminium frame, rounded wooden legs, an abundance of cushions, tables and horizontal surfaces. Just a few easily assembled interchangeable parts. The result surprises and deceives the senses.
Fjord armchair by Patricia Urquiola, 2002.
From a piece of seashell, which has been broken and smoothed by the waves, Patricia Urquiola has designed a collection of seats for both the home and public spaces.
Its broken form and abstract concept together become an object of design: smooth lines that support and envelop are picked out in decorative stitching in harmony with the essence of the chair’s structure.
Double Zero chair by David Adjaye, 2015.
Sophisticated formal evolution dictated by good taste and class. This is a return to order, a transition towards a simultaneously luxurious and synthetic language.